Greenpeace Says Dell, HP, And Lenovo Are Toxic

Posted: Apr 1 2009, 7:40am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:41pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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Greenpeace has launched its latest version of the Greener Guide to Electronics. The organization has slammed Dell, HP, and Lenovo for going back on a promise that they would be using less toxic chemicals in their computers.

The computer makers had told Greenpeace that they would eliminate PVC and BFRs from their products by the end of last year. All three firms said that they don't expect to hit those goals.

Lenovo has moved its goal deadline to 2010 and HP and Dell have yet to set a new goal. Greenpeace says that Apple is the only large computer maker to start reducing its toxic chemicals.

Via PCAdvisor

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